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Leaf Log Viewer Website for Leaf Spy Users

Posted: Sat Oct 12, 2013 12:13 pm
by kevinleaf
I have a demo of my Leaf Logger website available. I loaded a few of my recent trips up for testing. See:
http://www.liebwerks.com/LeafLogs/chart_demo.html
Select a trip in the top left pulldown menu and the graph of SOC, plot of the trip on a map and some trip data will appear, as well as a summary of the overall trip. It is still quite rough and I am not a graphic designer but the idea is here.
The data comes from the BatLog.txt that Leaf Spy saves is uploaded to the system and stored in a database.

Sample screenshot:
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Coming soon:
1. Ability to log in and upload your own data
2. Select whether your data is viewable by just you or by anyone who uses the site
3. Link to a specific trip (for sharing with the community)
4. Add annotations for your trip ("to the grocery store" or "longest range trip ever")
5. Health data

Longer term:
1. Compare multiple trips against each other
2. Additional graphs based on user feedback

Please feel free to offer feedback and suggest features. PM me with your email address if you would like to send me logs to upload and share until I have the login / self-serve upload ability complete.

I will expand this posting to include more detail when able, more along the structure that GaryGID suggested.

Re: Leaf Log Viewer Website for Leaf Spy Users

Posted: Sat Oct 12, 2013 12:28 pm
by Wennfred
Looks pretty bad ass, I could use this to see which way of my 4 possible ways I can take to work and back.


Fred

Re: Leaf Log Viewer Website for Leaf Spy Users

Posted: Sat Oct 12, 2013 1:45 pm
by drees
Wennfred wrote:Looks pretty bad ass

+1!

Re: Leaf Log Viewer Website for Leaf Spy Users

Posted: Mon Oct 28, 2013 12:13 pm
by kevinleaf
Sorry, development, and documentation, have been slow coming. I have a new baby boy born 10/12 and have had my hands full. Updates coming soon!

I am working on account creation screens and additional enhancements, but in the meantime send me a PM if you want access to upload and view logs created by Leaf Spy.

Re: Leaf Log Viewer Website for Leaf Spy Users

Posted: Mon Oct 28, 2013 1:07 pm
by garygid
The Name, the name of the bouncing baby boy...???

We hope you all are doing well.
Sincerely, Gary

Re: Leaf Log Viewer Website for Leaf Spy Users

Posted: Mon Oct 28, 2013 1:44 pm
by kevinleaf
Thanks. Felix Alexander Edward Lieberman
Initials backwards: LEAF
(no, not really but wish I had though of that sooner!)

Re: Leaf Log Viewer Website for Leaf Spy Users

Posted: Mon Oct 28, 2013 1:55 pm
by Berlino
kevinleaf wrote: I have a new baby boy born 10/12


Congratulations and that does seem like an excellent app.

Re: Leaf Log Viewer Website for Leaf Spy Users

Posted: Mon Nov 18, 2013 12:16 am
by kevinleaf
Things are moving slow but I have made progress. I don't have "Self serve" account creation going yet but I do have login and data file upload working. Please send me a PM with if you want a login to the site to start playing with it. Please include your email address (this will be your login) and let me know if you'd like units displayed in Miles or Kilometers.

Documentation still in the works. Basically it takes the exact log output of the Leaf Spy app. It will take the coordinates as colon separated degrees and minutes or degrees alone.

Helpful Hint: use DropSync in the app store to automatically sync the log files from Leaf Spy to your Dropbox account. Then the latest log files are always available on your computer to upload to the website. In the works: a way to get files directly from Dropbox into the website.

I am working on a feature to allow you to specify if you'd like your data to be strictly private or shared with the community. For now I am defaulting to Private.

Re: Leaf Log Viewer Website for Leaf Spy Users

Posted: Sun Nov 24, 2013 11:12 pm
by kevinleaf
Does anyone else want a login?

I added a graph of battery pack temperature in the middle. Any other data from the logs that could be useful to graph?

Re: Leaf Log Viewer Website for Leaf Spy Users

Posted: Mon Nov 25, 2013 6:50 pm
by Devin
Thanks for setting me up with an account, Kevin! Really digging it so far. Super easy to use and very useful info. I emailed you with this suggestion but figured I'd post it here too: Would love to see a chart of battery capacity/degradation over time as well.

If you haven't checked out Kevin's site yet, shoot him a PM because it's pretty rad stuff!